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Killer crust a hallmark of Mesa State area pizzeria

By Tess Furey

With names like the colosseum, the gladiator and the Caesar, Aldo’s pays homage to the motherland, the birthplace of pizza and home to all that is garlicky and good, Italia. From the century-old tri-color classic, the Margherita, to ...

What truly keeps a business going for 22 years

By Rock Cesario

Last month on May 10 we started our 23rd year in this journey that is Triple Play Records. I don’t normally like to “blow my own horn” so to speak. In fact, some of the past years I didn’t even realize it was an ...

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OutFit: Suspender dress

By Ivy Parnasius

If the thought of suspenders reminds you of your Great Uncle Al, or a bad ’80s style, it’s time to take another look. Suspenders have reemerged, but in a much more feminine form and attached to a dress. The suspender dress is ...

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Floored by the possibilities

By Special to the Sentinel

Scene 1:  You wake up and your king-size bed is in the kitchen. No, you’re not dreaming; you are having the carpet replaced in your home while you still live there. The good news is that Mr. Coffee is conveniently within arm’s ...

3 vie for Colo. DA vacancy after attorney’s death

By The AP

DENVER — Three attorneys are vying to be the top prosecutor in a southwest Colorado district after the death of district attorney Jim Wilson in a motorcycle accident. Gov. Bill Ritter says the three candidates for the 22nd Judicial ...

Colo.‘s largest school district cutting 136 jobs

By The AP

GOLDEN — The state’s largest school district is laying off 136 people, about half of them teachers, because of budget cuts. The Jefferson County school board voted late Thursday to approve the cuts because of a $50 million budget ...

Homes sold May 25-31, 2010

By Staff

NORTH               SOLD PRICE 2491 Fountain Greens #E6 $140,000 2485 Fountainhead Blvd. #F5 $150,000 745 Woodridge Court $197,000 2527 G 1/2 Road $235,000 703 Centauri Drive $268,500 EAST ...

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Residential, commercial projects move forward in Orchard Mesa

By Penny Stine

Like other parts of the valley, Orchard Mesa has a few subdivisions with empty lots and very little new construction. Orchard Mesa also has one of the busiest new subdivisions in the valley, with construction workers and trucks on site daily ...

Feds waive entry fee for monument this weekend

By Staff

The National Park Service will waive fees to Colorado National Monument Saturday and Sunday. Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar announced that the waived fees will be offered as a way to encourage Americans seeking affordable vacations to ...

Did Bennet know about ‘bribe,’ rival Norton asks

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One of two Democrats running for the party’s U.S. Senate nomination said he was told by a White House aide that he might be considered for one of three jobs if he didn’t challenge the incumbent, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet. The aide, ...

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